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. florida did that last year. indiana did it. six or seven other states have done it. this is a battle at state capitols to create the openness, then let a thousand flowers bloom. >> right. there has to be a level of activism at state levels, and i'm excited that our head of the
will be a challenge for the president and colorado is a great example of a state he won last time like indiana, north carolina, virginia that is going to be a challenge. he's got to get young people energized, hispanics energized, independents. his numbers are way down in colorado. >> what happened? we had just heard 40 years ago that democrats were in the process of locking down colorado, new mexico, nevada. >> arizona? >> maybe even arizona. everything was breaking their way. the hispanic population growth out there. a lot of other things happening. but now just four years later what seemed inevitable? >> these are still purple states. they're not red states. but colorado is a state where the president's national problems are very well represented. the economy there is okay but it's -- there is still an overhang. again, hispanics, young people, he needs an energized base to turn out in a state like that and right now they are not a particularly energized group as compared to four years ago. >> you've got in all of those states competing things. one is that there is generally even among people who w
to celebrate mules. and the amish country popcorn factory in burn, indiana. in fact, the state of indiana listed nearly 9,000 potential terrorism targets. that's 50% more than the state of new york. more than twice as many as california. five years after 9/11, by the government's own very political figuring, the hoosier state is the most target rich state in the nation. if any rational sense of proportion in identifying terrorism targets had been sacrificed to politics and simple greed, there may have been no hope from the beginning for a sense of proportion in identifying real potential terrorists and terrorist tactics. >>> coming up -- america's collateral damage in our own war on terror. >> it was the darkest, most harrowing ordeal myself or my family ever had to experience. nothing helped me beat arthritis pain. until i tried this. it's salonpas. pain relief that works at the site of pain... up to 12 hours. salonpas. [ male announcer ] we went to germany's nurburgring to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd eve
to the middle of nowhere, indiana, not a whole lot going on other than this fabulous institution. >> jim cramer, your point? >> well, you are on nbc every saturday, the greatest showcase on earth if you want to play pro. >> no doubt, charlie weiss was seen as a huge coup when they got him. >> he didn't talk to enough people. >> it's been 15 years since they've been in the thick of any kind of national title. >> alabama had the same problem. they kept hiring coaches. a wonderful man and a great quarterback coach. but was he ready to coach alabama? no, and you can go down the list of these people who weren't ready. it took alabama getting to the bottom. when you had rodriguez even saying no to him to finally say, okay, all of these good old boys that have been running the program for years, we're going to brush them aside and bring in a strong leader. and they brought in a saving. and if you're notre dame, why are you getting guys like -- why don't you get urban myer? you've got to get a great football coach and tell everybody up there you're not in charge anymore. you've got one guy, and he answ
. illinois where i come from is not a swing state. but you look at winnable states like wisconsin, indiana, michigan, and especially ohio and pennsylvania. and you need a candidate -- >> rick perry's not going to win, though. >> you're going to need a candidate that's going to rock the suburbs in the industrial west. and that's a key value. >> you got one? >> yeah. >> i actually think romney is the de facto real front runner here. and we could have a late entry. there's a tremendous amount of chris christ christie-mentum if he gets in. i think people are looking at who is the anti-romney. what you described is happening. we go from trump to bauchman to perry. and this is really just a gauntlet that romney is running through before picking up the national -- >> and just sort of to reflect the lack of enthusiasm of romney that everybody's looking for something else. >> remember that four years ago, mccain right now was at 8 because it was anybody but mccain and then he made it. >> michael steele -- >> yeah. >> chime in. >> just a real quick question, i guess i want to ask the senator, but as
in indiana? what we have to do and it's hard is put money into infrastructure. i agree with the president on the infrastructure thing. and we've got to have less regulation in the cafe standards and things like that. we need higher gas prices. that's what auto guys will tell you. >> i bring people together. that's what i do. mika also supports r&d. we can all agree on that. >> we agree on that. >> all right. >> we should not argue about cars with the former governor of michigan. >> thank you. jennifer and dan. the book is "a governor's story the fight for jobs and america's economic future." >> we didn't get to the tigers or the lions. >> how about our teams? we're loving it. >> holy cow. >> adorable. all right. coming up. >> i'm sure you made their day. >> pulitzer prize winner ron suskind will be here. keep it here on "morning joe." ♪ ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. [ horn ho
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